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Represent data in the limited columns specified

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Hi,

A graph looks like this 

A-B-C-D

A-E

A-F-G (A being a common node)

The nodes have a level property based on their position on the graph(A is lvl 1, B,E,F is lvl 2..etc). return the data present in a certain format 

1st - return format is limited to 2 nodes (the 1st node can only be the nodes with lvl 1)

1st node | relationship name | 2nd node

A|r|B

A|r1|C

A|r|D ....

Query - match(a:node{lvl:"1"})-[r*1..3]->(b) return a.name,b.name,r (but I can't write the type of r as they are a list but for nodes C and D the type(r) should be their relationship with the previous node i.e in the return format for for A->C the type of relationship should be the same as B->C without creating a relationship)

2nd case similarly has a return format restricted to 3 nodes

Hence it should return

1st node| relationship name | 2nd node | relationship name | 3rd node

A|r|B|r1|C

A|r|B|r1|D

A|r|E|null|null (for relaitonships terminating at 2 nodes it should put null)

query (couldnt put null so those paths get ignored that stop at 2nd node)- match(a:node{lvl:"1"})-[r1]->(c)-[r*1..2]->(b) return a.name,type(r1),c.name,b.name,r (relationship type is the same as mentioned above)

Sorry for the long request but I wanted to cover my bases for all types of file format required from the stored data

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